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The musical harmony of the universe

The lecture will examine the deeper aspects of sound as used in ancient cultures and its power to heal.

“In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God”. This profound statement in the New Testament is the ultimate basis for the power of harmonious vibration. Every human being is the offspring of the original Word, which contains all possibilities. We ride on the crest of this fundamental vibration. The sound AUM given to us by the Hindus and pronounced OM is a sacred vibration. The universe is a finely-tuned multitude of vibration frequencies, and accepting the principle of “as above, so below”, each of us is the same. The essence of sound healing is the re-tuning of the human instrument. Using sound as the medium for healing is within the grasp of anyone who wants to open up through the voice. In the use of the secret magic of vowels and consonants, applied with intent and knowledge, we have a tremendous force for healing body, mind and spirit.


Dr. James D'Angelo | talks


Date and Time:

27 January 2006 at 7:15 pm


1 hour



Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation
41 Queen's Gate
South Kensington
020 7602 0173
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£7 (members £5)

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RILKO book stall open and drinks available from 6.45. Please note outside door closed at 7.30pm

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